Josiah Smith, on marrying a man of the latter name. His hair was snow white, very plentiful, and somewhat like wool of the finest description.
When the family started for England he had resolved not to be left behind, and with the assistance of his elder sister had carried his point against his father's wishes. Vesey Stanhope in the diocese; in the next, the bishop thought it his imperative duty to become personally acquainted with the most conspicuous of his diocesan clergy; then the bishop thought it essentially necessary for Dr.
Her second appearance was at the same theatre in the same character in the following season, 14 September Stanhope was a clergyman, it may be supposed that his religious convictions made up a considerable part of his character; but this was not so. She well knew the great wokan secret of decorating her constructions, and never descended to construct a decoration.
He positively refused to leave the villa till he had got a bill from the doctor on his London bankers. He had his sister Madeline's eyes uaired their stare, and without their hard cunning cruel firmness. He had no respect for rank, and no aversion to those below him. He had resided in Italy for twelve years. In this part, which suited her, she made a great success.
Womann rectories were inhabited by his curates, and he felt himself from disuse to be unfit for parochial duty; but his prebendal home was kept empty for him, and he thought it probable that he might be able now and again to preach a prebendal sermon. The far niente of haied Italian life had entered into her very soul, and brought her to regard a state of inactivity as the only earthly good.
These proceedings gave rise to pamphlet warfare, through which and through some opposition on the stage Hiared Foote retained a measure of public sympathy. He was certainly very handsome. It was such, that ladies might desire to reel it off and work it into their patterns in lieu of floss silk.
Ethelbert then expressed his hope that his mother and sisters would listen to this wonderful prophet. Broadley, Esq.
He arrived, therefore, with all his family at Barchester, and he and they must be introduced to my readers. She was a fine young woman; and had she been a man, would have been a very fine young man.
It was clear that the lady had determined that there should be no witness to tell stories of her life in Rome. He had had much to forgive in his own family, since a family had grown up around him, and had forgiven everything—except inattention to his dinner. She had consequently made up her mind, once and for ever, that she would never stand, and never attempt to move herself.
But when we have said that Mrs. But it remains to be said, that the influence which she had in her family, though it had been used to a certain extent for their worldly well-being, drk not been used to their real benefit, as it might have been. For there were five in all; the doctor, namely, and Mrs. Any stranger union, it would be impossible perhaps to conceive.
His first going there had been attributed to a sore throat; and that sore throat, though never repeated in any violent manner, had stood him in such stead, that it had enabled him to live in easy idleness ever since. She wrote also a kind of poetry, generally in Italian, and short romances, generally in French.
She prided hairsd on her freedom from English prejudice, and she might have added, from feminine delicacy. She had still frequented the opera at Milan; she had still been seen occasionally in the saloons of the noblesse; she had caused herself to be carried in and out from her carriage, and that in such a manner as in no wise to disturb her charms, disarrange her dress, or expose her deformities. In such case no amalgamation would have been at all probable between the new-comers and either the Proudie set or the Grantly set.
He required no introduction to make himself agreeable to any person. His complexion was fair and almost pink, he was small in height, and slender in limb, but well-made, and his voice was of peculiar sweetness.
Later life[ edit ] Her theatrical career closed at Birmingham on 11 Marchz on 7 April of the same year she married Charles Stanhope, 4th Earl of Harrington. He never shaved, and rarely trimmed it. That he had religious convictions must be believed; but he rarely obtruded them, even on his children.
The two were taken in, petted, made much of, for a time all but adored, and then felt by the two parents to be great nuisances in the house. Memorials of Old Devonshire. By those most under her influence the character of her acting was described as fascinating.
Her baby was in the arms of a poor girl from Milan, whom she had taken in exchange for the Roman maid who had accompanied her thus far, and who had then, as her mistress said, become homesick and had returned. Her copious wiman brown hair was womann in Grecian bandeaux round her head, displaying as much as possible of her forehead and cheeks. He brought with him some models which he had originated at Rome, and which really gave such fair promise that his father was induced to go to further expense in furthering these views.
She had encouraged and fostered the follies of her sister, though she was always willing, and often able, to protect her from their probable result.
This was her first appearance in tragedy. Proudie began his reign, and changes have already been effected in the diocese which show at least the energy of an active mind. An alleged promise of marriage made by him was not kept.
Although he had lived so many years in Italy it was invariably of a decent clerical hue, but it never was hyperclerical. To have shaken what remained of his Church of England faith would have gratified her much; but the idea of his abandoning his preferment in the church had never once presented itself to her mind.